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Small Baby Head Size
At 30 weeks baby is measuring 2 weeks behind in belly, femur, and head! Is my due date wrong or am I just having a small baby?
Detailed evaluation: It would be inappropriate for us to answer this without more detail. Schedule a follow up visit with the doctor providing your prenatal care. They can go through the ultrasound findings in detail with you to design a care plan that is right for you. They can also suggest a maternal fetal medicine consultation if that is indicated. ...Read more
What to do if I want a small baby so I don't get too fat during pregnancy. How can I choose my babies size?
Pregnancy: You can't choose your babies size. The size of your baby has nothing to do with getting fat during pregnancy. The amount of weigh you gain is up to you, as long as baby is growing properly. The uterus returns to normal size, when the baby is out. What you should be asking is, what is the best way to eat to get a healthy baby!!!! Get your priorities straight. ...Read more
33.5 cm is a small head size. The measurement can be very tricky. There are a lot of questions to ask.
Was your baby premature?
What was his measurement in cm at birth?
Is the baby feeding well?
Is he gaining weight well?
Does he look at you when you feed him?
Can you console him when he cries?
Does he move everything - arms and legs?
You should see your baby's doctor to ask these? 's. ...Read more
My head size is small when compared to my body. I'm 21 height is 179 cms and 135lbs. What should I do now?? Thanks in Advance.
See endo: If ur tests are normal for CA, PTH, nothing to do. ...Read more
Yes.: Weight varies with height. But head size has nothing to do with height or weight. So although it is possible that someone's body could grow to match their large head, there is no guarantee it will happen. Further, the percentage of your body length that is your head is about 30% at birth, but only 10% as an adult, so babies tend to have bigger heads than adults. ...Read more
1999-cyst rapture. 2001-cyst baby head size. 2006-cyst a potato size. All open up ops done. 2013-cyst 2cm next chk up in aug. Am I unlucky to relapse?
Follow up with your: Gyn. Ask your gyn if you have pcos. Probably there's a genetic component to your gynecologic problems. Ask your mom. If there is, you can blame her! This is the body and the life that god has given u. Make the best of it! ...Read more
Within the normal rg: This is in the lower range of normal on american cdc growth charts & would be average for a 4mo that is about 23.5 inches long. You can download a growth chart & follow the child's growth pattern from the cdc site. Go to www. Cdc. Gov/growthcharts. ...Read more
My baby is 6 month old and his weight is7 kg. His head size is 17 inch. Is it normal. He cannot hold his neck properly, so I m worried?
See your DR:
You are correct to be concerned.
Make an apt with your DR to express your concerns and get your answers ...Read more
A small bump between the nostrils about pin head size and 1mm tall. It is shaped like a pin point point. Was painless but now hurting. What is it?
Cyst: This may be a small inclusion cyst I was suggest you try applying some moist heat but the condition should settle itself eventually without doing anything else ...Read more
I am 18, very slow puberty and look about 14. A huge concern is my very small head size and skinny frame; will I experience growth eventually?
Growth delay: Need to know about maternal and paternal measurement, like weight, height and head circumference, also needs to know other pubertal signs like hair growth or in female breast development or in male testicular development. Have to know if there is growth hormone def. Or genetics. ...Read more
What Factors make a Cranium Smaller than Avarage Head Size? Besides Genetics I have a Small Head Circumference
I'm Underweight and got a Small Head, im 6'1 and weight 135 lbs, Both my parents have normal sized heads, is my diet affecting my head size?
No Necessarily: Your height and head size are all genetically determined. Neutrition does play some role. For your height you should weigh weigh close to 160-170 lbs. If you do not have developmental and Learning problems while growing up and if you are already High school graduate, then the small size of head is not a problem; just a normal variant. Eat balanced food. Breakfast Lunch and dinner. ...Read more
Had back pain for yrs, hubby recently found small (match head size) hard lump 8cms under shoulder blade (can't visibly be seen) that doesn't move.
6yr old child has 5mm raised mole. Present for many years. Mole is light - medium brown with pin head size darker area. Over last month no changes. Hair in mole is this a cause for worry.
Leave it alone: There's nothing to suggest malignancy. Hair present actually speaks against an concern. Show the physician on the next visit. All pigmented lesions in kids do need to be checked; I'm glad you're monitoring it closely. ...Read more
At sons year od checkup dr ordered an ultrasound of his brain for monday said his head size is in 95th percentile he appears very healthy was surprised to find out he's 18 lbs only because he loves to eat very active fun baby
3 patches of very small (pin head size) itchy bumps. One patch has a dime size red itchy bump. I take yoga daily. Very sweaty group setting.?
Could be fungal: Usually rash that starts around sweaty areas of the body (under the breast, around the groin, etc) are fungal in nature. The medical term is tinea. It is usually itchy as well. You can try over the counter lotrimin (clotrimazole) cream. If you get worse or any concern, then see your private doctor. ...Read more
Small hard bump on my finger, small pin head size. It was red and is now black and sore when pressed. Looks like small mole under a few layers of hard skin. Had for months. Turned black last 2-3 weeks.?
Need to examine:
It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining the lesion. What you described suggests a wart. You may wish to try over the counter treatment for a wart, if that does not help, it would be useful to see a doctor.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
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